More Remote Workers Facing Threats, Layoffs As Big Companies Clamp Down
Bank of America is the latest firm to tell its army of workers that if they don’t return to the office at least three times a week, they could face increasing consequences.
The nation’s second-largest bank, which has roughly 170,000 U.S. employees, sent “letters of education” to some staff about complying with the company’s in-office mandates that have been in effect for more than a year, the Financial Times reported.
The letters were sent to employees who have failed to meet the office work requirements, known as Workplace Excellence Guidelines, despite numerous reminders to do so, according to FT.
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